Chris Fleming

As early as he can remember, Chris Fleming was prone to experiencing extraordinary encounters in the form of ghosts and unexplained phenomena. From dark shadow forms coming out of closets and dark corners in the house to glowing ghosts that would manifest above grade school friends that would sleep over.

After years of listening to other people talk about their own amazing experiences, Chris chose to use his design experience to document these stories in his publication called Unknown Magazine: Real Experiences of Unusual Phenomena, which ran from spring of 1997 to early 2001. As publisher, art director, and editor, Chris set out to create a magazine forum that allowed people across the globe to share their first-hand encounters in one packaged medium. Since the creation of Unknown Magazine, Chris has met countless people from all walks of life that have allowed him to be privy to some incredible and rarely-discussed information about the world around us, both seen and unseen.
Chris eventually decided to focus his efforts on a medium more powerful than print: the Internet. He took Unknown Magazine out of publication and focused his efforts on UnknownMagazine.com, where he felt he was able to reach more people by having a forum that they could easily access to share and discuss their experiences, questions, and findings.
For the past decade Chris has gone out on the road to meet people face to face. He works today as a professional speaker lecturing on his personal experiences to colleges across the country and appearing on numerous radio and TV talk shows all around the world, discussing ghosts and supernatural activity. For three years, Chris was the co-host of the popular TV show Dead Famous, where he joined his co-host Gail Porter in searching for celebrity ghosts across the United States, not only at grave sites, but also in some of the most reportedly haunted locations in the U.S. The show was and still is broadcast in over fifteen countries, including the Bravo network in Canada, Living TV in the UK, and The Biography Channel in the U.S. With three seasons of 26 episodes, two “Return” specials and Three Live Episodes, Chris has captured thousands of EVPs (Electronic Voice Phenomena), unexplainable photos, and video footage that he believes can prove the existence of ghosts.
After Dead Famous, Chris made a guest appearance on Sci-Fi’s Ghost hunters during the Manson Murders episode that sparked a lot of controversy with the introduction of the K-II and Chris’s method of communicating with the present intelligent energy. But when the dust settled and it was taken more seriously it became a pivotal point and a paradigm shift in the way investigating is done with EMF devices and electronic equipment..
Chris also co-created the pilot/show “Lost Souls” that he has recently put on hiatus until he completes a new TV show he has been hired to host. Chris believes this new show will change the way people think about the afterlife for ever more. More information to follow soon!
Chris is currently broadcasting his own podcast show titled Spirit Talk, and has recently begun writing one of many books he hopes to publish on his own personal paranormal experiences and insights into the other side. He hopes his experiences will help people understand who we are and why we are here.

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